"Conker was introduced to the world for the first time at E3 in 1997. His game Conker's Quest was presented by Rareware as another 3D platformer aimed at a young audience. Later the same year, this fact was confirmed with Conker's inclusion in Diddy Kong Racing for the Nintendo 64, thus promoting his future games. In the spring of 1998, after the initial release date, Conker's Quest was renamed Twelve Tales: Conker 64. In 1999, Conker made his first solo debut in Conker's Pocket Tales for the Game Boy Color.
Before its release, the Nintendo 64 game was deemed too similar to Banjo-Kazooie, another platformer from Rare, and its release date was pushed back almost a year while it underwent a complete transformation, eventually being released in 2001 as Conker's Bad Fur Day. In its original inception, the cartoonish Conker and his similarly styled girlfriend, while on their way to a housewarming party, are accosted by villains and their presents scattered all over the land, their mission being to collect the presents. The redesigned game was geared towards a mature audience and featured sexual content, foul language, drug and alcohol usage, and excessive violence. Its storyline now commenced as Conker awakes with a hangover and attempts to figure out where he is and to find that his girlfriend Berri, drastically redesigned to be voluptuous, sensual and anthropomorphic rather than cartoonish and cute, has been kidnapped. The game suffered from relatively poor sales, but received a cult following with its unique brand of humor.
In 2005, a remake was released for the Xbox known as Conker: Live & Reloaded. This featured Bad Fur Day with vastly improved graphics and minor alterations to gameplay. Also included was a never-before-seen multiplayer adaptation that was available for use over Xbox Live. It is currently unknown whether Conker's Bad Fur Day will be added to the Wii's Virtual Console or Xbox Live Arcade. It is worth noting, however, that Nintendo places a 40MB limit on games available through the Wii Shop Channel whilst Conker's Bad Fur Day utilized a 64 MB cartridge, making a Wii port highly unlikely. Rare have now re-released Perfect Dark to XBLA, but their next project is a title called Kinect Sports which supports the new Kinect accessory for the Xbox 360.
Conker's Pocket Tales, exclusively released for the Game Boy Color in 1999.
Conker's Bad Fur Day, exclusively released for the Nintendo 64 in 2001.
Conker: Live & Reloaded, exclusively released for the Xbox in 2005."
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